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Society of Certified Professionals to host RVDA event

Society of Certified Professionals to host RVDA event

FAIRFAX, Va. — The Society of Certified RV Professionals will host a special event at the 2016 RV Dealers International Convention/Expo Nov. 7 from 5:15 to 6:30 p.m.

The event includes awards and recognitions, followed by an educational component presented by Greg Dewalt of Marzahn & King. The evening will conclude with a reception.

The event is sponsored by Protective, and all registered convention attendees are invited.

Following the awards presentation, Dewalt will present “Attributes and Characteristics: What Does It Mean to Be Professional?” Participants will learn how following the principles of professionalism can have an immensely positive impact on peers and customers.

After the awards and education program, all attendees are invited to stay for a reception.

The Mike Molino RV Learning Center Board of Directors initiated the society in 2014 to increase the number of RV industry certified professionals and retain those who already hold certification credentials. The society is aimed at individuals who hold or aspire to association certification credentials, including:

  • RVDA-RVIA technician certification (certified, master and specialists)
  • RV Learning Center certification (service writer/advisor, service manager, parts manager, parts specialist, and warranty administrator)

To learn more about the society, click here.

To register for the convention, click here.

SOURCE: RV Dealers Association bulletin

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